Fellowship

Lancaster & District Masonic Fellowship

The Fellowship is an organisation for Senior Citizens with Masonic connections and Widows of Masons from Lancaster and Morecambe and the surrounding areas, together with Brethren taking early retirement.

There are a number of branches within the District and as information becomes available, their details will be posted here. If you want to contact one of the branches please do so, you will be made most welcome. The contact name and number will follow the branch details

The three Masonic Fellowships in our Group will be holding a ‘Get-Together’ at Rowley Court, Lancaster (opposite the Boot and Shoe) on Wednesday 26 April 2017 starting at 2.00pm.    There will be no charge and afternoon tea will be served and entertainment provided by ‘The Gaddabouts’ (a choral group from local choirs who will perform a selection of light music).  All are welcome, so if you are already a Fellowship member or wish to see what it’s all about, please come along.

Lancaster & Morecambe Branch

Meets at the Headway Hotel, Marine Road, Morecambe on the second Monday of every month,
2:15pm to 4:00pm

There is no membership fee, a nominal charge is made at each meeting to cover the cost of refreshment

Further information can be obtained from the Secretary, Mrs. Vida Pritchard (01524) 32733

Meetings:

March: ‘Skeletons of Sizergh Castle’ by Stan Aspinall

April: ‘Bonne Marche’ Fashion Show

May:  Spring Lunch at the Headway Hotel

 

Carnforth Branch

Meets on the fourth Tuesday in the month at the Carnforth Masonic Hall

Afternoon tea is usually available after the meeting.

Contact – Phil Newby (01524) 37104

Meetings:

March: ‘Photographic Views of Lancaster’ by David Rush

April: ‘Henry Royce and Eric’ by Peter Yates

 

Garstang Branch

Meets on the third Wednesday of each month September to June at 2:00pm at Wyrebank

Secretary – Mrs Joyce Williamson (01253) 700828

Meetings:

March: ‘Fish and Ships’ by Dave Pearce

April: TBC

May: Lunch at the Dog and Partridge, Chipping and half day coach trip

June: Summer Lunch at Wyrebank